Truman students actively seek ways to improve, expand and evolve. A thirst for learning draws them to the spirit of discovery and progress. They participate in student clubs and organizations, join club sports teams, volunteer in the local community, and broaden their educational experience through internships, research, and study abroad.
When she was a freshman, studying abroad wasn’t something Katie thought she was capable of doing. However, she discovered it wasn’t as scary as she had thought. While studying in Finland, she collected some amazing memories.
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Zachary spent more than 10 weeks cycling across the nation to raise funds and awareness for those with disabilities as part of Pi Kappa Phi’s national philanthropy, The Ability Experience.
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A future art educator, Maggie is attracted to fibers and ceramics because as a discipline they start as purely functional objects. “There’s no practical reason for people to add decoration to the surface of a pot or intricately sew patterns into cloth, and yet we do.”
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